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Nitro

   2.0  

Plasma Theme

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Nitro
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Downloads:  1183
Submitted:  Dec 11 2008
Updated:  Jan 30 2009

Description:

Just the kde 4.2 oxygen default theme with the dark panel.




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 small issue

 
 by chedcaje on: Jan 31 2009
 
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The Panel gets green again when resized


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 Re: small issue

 
 by peyesein on: Jan 31 2009
 
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thanks for the comment,
What KDE version do you have?
I tested it on a KDE 4.2 Desktop and works fine.


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 Re: Re: small issue

 
 by chedcaje on: Feb 2 2009
 
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So, i am using it on a KDE 4.2 and ati open drivers.
The panel is dark, but when in try to reduce it in width, it comes back as the original oxygen green one.

Works fine when resizin in height

thanks


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 Still transparent taskbar

 
 by KRAM36 on: Feb 1 2009
 
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Correct me if I am wrong, but this theme is suppose to make the taskbar solid vs the transparent Oxygen taskbar?

When I select this theme is changes nothing that I can see. Taskbar is still transparent. I have it installed from the new themes tab in Appearance Settings using KDE 4.2. Am I doing something wrong here?


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 Re: Still transparent taskbar

 
 by KRAM36 on: Feb 2 2009
 
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I have been looking at why the taskbar does not change. I may be incorrect here on how things work, but the panel-background.svgz is in the wrong place. It should be in the main Nitro2.0/widgets folder. You have it in the Nitro2.0/opaque/widgets folder. Once I placed it in the Nitro2.0/widgets folder the panel change worked.


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 Re: Re: Still transparent task

 
 by peyesein on: Feb 2 2009
 
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thanks for your feedback,

i dont know it very well, because i have an nvidia video card ,so I don't have the fancy effects.

But when you have the transparency effect enabled, you should have a semitransparent dark panel, it is supposed to be like that. so when you said that nothings happens are you meaning that the panel is still the default one(semi-blue)?.

anyway, I'm going to tested in other pc's, so stay tuned.

Sorry for my english.


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 Folder View Widget Background

 
 by paulvandenberg on: Feb 2 2009
 
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Hi,

I've noticed that the folder view background is black since the Jan. 30 update. Is this intentional or is something wrong?

Overall, a very nice theme!

Thanks...Paul


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 Re: Folder View Widget Background

 
 by peyesein on: Feb 2 2009
 
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The theme works fine on KDE 4.2, the dark folder view you have, is probably because you have an older version.

Sorry for my english.


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 Re: Re: Folder View Widget Background

 
 by paulvandenberg on: Feb 3 2009
 
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Thanks for your reply. Actually, I am using KDE 4.2 from kde-redhat on Fedora 10. I like the panel, so I just used the tool in System Settings to create a customized theme, using the Oxygen translucent background. That works fine.

Paul


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